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Archery Set Selection – What to Look For When Buying Your First Archery Set

The sport of archery is a unique and fun sport. Selecting the correct archery set will make a big difference in how well you perform and ensure every session is enjoyable. As a beginner there are a number of critical factors to be aware of when deciding on which archery set is the best for you.

The Importance of Scoring

For many archers, particularly beginners or archers who have not shot for a long time, shooting a round can be a scary proposition. Regularly scoring your arrows or ‘shooting a round’ can actually be the easiest step you can take to improving your archery. This article looks at why.

Archery Technique – Are You Over-Bowing Yourself?

For many archers, the temptation to shoot a higher poundage is high. A higher poundage can eliminate a lot of inconsistencies from your archery, but also can do more harm than good! This article explores some of the reasons why.

Hunting Archery Equipment – 3 Tips to Keep in Mind

There is something about archery hunting that is addictive. Here are three tips to help you make the right hunting archery equipment choices.

2010 Compound Bow Ratings

Rating compound bows is always a subjective task, never free of the raters prejudice, and sure to spark arguments. Nevertheless, since half of 2010 has gone and numerous new bows have been sold I will give my ratings of the top three bows of 2010. My ratings are based on my own experience, customer feedback, and what I find on the archery forums I visit.

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